Cape Town Accommodation
Finding good accommodation in Cape Town during summer is not so easy. Here are the places I looked at and the cost of each place. Most of them I found from the Cape Stay website. Rates are nightly in Rand, with 1 USD currently worth around 6.66 ZAR.
Prices in winter should be roughly half this.Cape Town Accommodation
|Green Elephant (dorm)||120||Observatory||Dorm|
|German Guesthouse||220||Gardens||B&B, Single||5 nights+, w breakfast, kitchen|
|Green Elephant (single)||300||Observatory||Room|
|Gemini Guest House||380||Vredehoek||Guesthouse||no kitchen|
|A Heavenly View, Unit 2||450||Muizenburg||Studio|
|Orange On Rose||450||Bo-Kaap||B&B, Single|
|5 Pelican Place, Balau Studio||475||Kommetje||Studio|
|Gemini Guest House||490||Vredehoek||Guesthouse|
|Nevana Studio||650||Mouille Point||Studio|
|22 St Martini Gardens||650||Gardens||Studio|
|Blue Waters Studio||750||Sea Point||Studio|
|Studio With Views||850||Green Point||Studio|
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